Nadella, a vocal advocate for Microsoft Azure, told Fortune that a growing number of companies are using the platform for cloud gaming services, including direct rival Sony. The Microsoft CEO said that this unlikely partnership is built on trust.
The UK company tells GameDaily that Tencent's funding will enable the retro-focused cloud platform to scale quickly.
Google Stadia sees over 4,000 developers apply to partners program; company promises diverse content
The cloud platform is seeing a large number of applications. Google tells GameDaily that diversity remains a 'core tenet' and Stadia will have content to reflect that.
Nintendo brass also talks about not falling behind in tech like VR, 5G, and cloud, but says it won't 'chase trends.' Analysts say a 5G portable could happen in future.
Sony executives start to give shape to its strategy for the start of the PlayStation 5's life and beyond, and it looks a lot like what we saw this generation with a greater emphasis on cloud gaming.
Stadia boss Phil Harrison promises players will still be able to play games, even if they've been removed from the service's storefront.
Streaming services are at the forefront of Yosuke Matsuda's portfolio approach in the coming fiscal year, as Square Enix has thrown its support behind Stadia.
At E3 2019, we spoke with Sega of Europe executive vice president John Clark and vice president of marketing Anna Dowling about the company's perspective on major industry trends, building and buying new studios, and bringing core franchises like Persona to PC.
At Casual Connect London, Ubisoft's Chris Early explained the challenge of the subscription model and how developers may have to 'game the system.'
Google's upcoming cloud gaming platform is evolving before our eyes and it looks like they are taking a page from the cable TV industry.